Monthly Archives: December 2010

Untitled by Tommy Hill

I’m lost in a maze I can’t seem to escape tired of all the bullshit tired of all the games stressed out and exhausted from all the pain slowly burnin’ out countin’ down the days thinkin’ to myself why try … Continue reading

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“What Will Be” by Colin Nickle

Gently fall the little child size snowflakes; it is as likely to be an introduction to a bigger chapter in snowfall history. Silent night of shadows, outlined plowed white mounts. Quiet is the chiller air that will dominate the months … Continue reading

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“In a Child’s Voice” by Colin Nickle

Sketching unalterable dreams on a napkin In a cloud burst of memories The canons one puts one’s trust in Presume more authenticity And sense of boundlessness Where truth meanders and percolates In hearkening shadows of pasts In contrary light forms. … Continue reading

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The never told story of how I once was homeless

They say that for a man his house is like his palace and he is king when it comes to his family, but what is a man who has come to lost his home due to high interest rate and … Continue reading

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Grift Uplifted Creative Group

 They may have forgotten about me. They may have been gone by now. They may not know who I am now, but one fact is true and that fact is that they are my family.  Grit Uplifted Creative Group was … Continue reading

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Abe Oudshoorn’s Blog on Homelessness

Abe Oudshoorn’s Blog on Homelessness Abe is a nursing professor and registered nurse who conducts research with people who are experiencing homelessness.  Abe is also the founder of the London Homelessness Outreach Network (www.londonhon.ca). Check out his blog!

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Grit Uplifted at King’s University College

On March 4, 2010, the Grit Uplifted Creative Writing Group was invited to read some of their work at the King’s University College National Social Work Week Lunch and Learn in London, Ontario. The event was a huge success and the group … Continue reading

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Star Bright, Beer Tonight (Short Fiction by Colin Nickle)

Forward lightly You come up behind me “Where you spending Christmas” you ask me. “I’m going to stay right here” I answered. “Because my parents pay overwhelming attention to me and the rest virtually none at all. If we could … Continue reading

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